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Cambridge Independent: ‘Keeping peace in Europe is gone’ says Ukrainian finance professor at Cambridge University as protesters get raucous

Andrei Kirilenko, Finance Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, says the best tactic against Russian aggression is to demand “transparency” in all financial exchanges with Russia: past, present and future. “It’s not the first war, it’s not the last war…

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Poets & Quants: Ukrainian B-school Prof – ‘The world should make sure that Russia fails’

Andrei Kirilenko, Finance Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks about the Russian invasion of Ukraine:  “The facts of this war are simple — it’s about values: freedom versus captivity, democracy versus authoritarianism, truth versus propaganda. The Russians are not…

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Creative legitimacy

Social ventures in authoritarian countries should combine ‘protective disguise’ with ‘harmonious advocacy’, says study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Jochem Kroezen Social ventures provide increasingly important services in countries seen as “authoritarian”, but have frequently aroused suspicion and…

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Social ventures can risk drawing dangerous attention from the government and police in authoritarian countries.

Very unwise

Ending all COVID-19 restrictions is a reckless decision by the UK government at this critical time, says Professor Christoph Loch. By Christoph Loch The track record of decisions of the UK government in the COVID-19 context has resulted in the…

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Has the US ‘lost’ China a second time?

The shift of US attitudes on China owes as much to American disappointments as it does to changes in China's behaviour, says Simon Taylor, Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice (Finance) at Cambridge Judge Business School. By Dr Simon Taylor…

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The decline of Lebanon (Opinion piece)

The decline of Lebanon, the 'Switzerland of the Middle East', is a cautionary tale for the West about autocratic rule and scapegoating. Foreword by Christoph Loch, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School Professor Christoph Loch The following article is a…

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Financial Times: Pakistan’s opposition circles floundering Khan

Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the political situation in Pakistan. Political dynasties unite to pressure on prime minister Imran Khan battling to maintain authority, FT article reports. Read the full article…

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Business Weekly: Three key things we learned about leadership from the US election

Dr Philip Stiles, University Senior Lecturer in Corporate Governance at Cambridge Judge Business School, highlights key things we learned about leadership from the US presidential election. “Beyond the headline results, US presidential elections always tell the world a lot about…

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To combat conspiracy theories teach critical thinking – and community values

In a recent article for The Conversation Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses how best to combat conspiracy theories. Dr Thomas Roulet In the era of social media, conspiracy theories feel more prominent and…

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US election: lessons in leadership (Opinion piece)

Three key things we learned about leadership from the US election results. By Dr Philip Stiles, University Senior Lecturer in Corporate Governance at Cambridge Judge Business School Dr Philip Stiles Beyond the headline results, US presidential elections always tell the…

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